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Sharp AQUOS LC-52LE920UN


$2,299.99 Released May, 2010

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Includes a USB Wi-Fi adapter - no additional purchase required. Comes with quality built-in streaming apps including Netflix and Vudu. LED backlit - enables deeper blacks and consumes less energy compared to CCFL-based HDTVs.

The Cons:Expensive - costs more than competing 52" sets. Speaker quality is low. You need to bundle with a good sound system. Glossy bezel and stand - attracts more dust and fingerprints compared to matte finishes.

The LC-52LE920UN is a 52" widescreen HDTV from Sharp's flagship AQUOS LE920 Series for 2010.  The TV features an X-Gen LCD display along with Sharp's UltraBrilliant Edge-lit LED backlighting to produce deep blacks and vibrant coloration.

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Product Shot 2  It offers a full HD 1080p resolution and includes AquoMotion 240 technology for a fast refresh rate to reduce motion blur.  It also features Sharp's Four Primary Color Technology which adds yellow to the RGB gradient, allowing it to accurately render nearly every color.  The LC-52LE920UN comes with AQUOS Net connectivity for streaming video and has a USB media player for playing music, photos, or video on the TV.  It also includes a variety of connectivity options with component, PC-in, ethernet, and four HDMI inputs.  The TV is Energy Star 4.0 compliant and is expected to be released in May 2010.

Features/Specs

  • 52" Widescreen X-Gen LCD Display
  • UltraBrilliant Edge-lit LED Backlighting
  • Full HD 1080p Native Resolution
  • AquoMotion 240 Technology
  • USB Media Player
  • AQUOS Net
  • Energy Star 4.0 Compliant
  • Connectivity: 4 x HDMI /w Instaport, Component Video, RS-232C, PC, Ethernet

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Pros
  • 5

    includes a USB Wi-Fi adapter - no additional purchase required

  • 4

    comes with quality built-in streaming apps including Netflix and Vudu

  • 4

    LED backlit - enables deeper blacks and consumes less energy compared to CCFL-based HDTVs

  • 4

    aesthetically pleasing design with a full glass front bezel

  • 4

    Sharp's 240Hz AquoMotion Technology for blur free motion.

  • 3

    features Sharp's proprietary 'four primary color' technology for greater color accuracy

  • 3

    DivX and MKV playback

  • 3

    You Gotta "See it to See it!"

  • 3

    Best Non 3D LED TV currently on the market

  • 3

    wide range of input types, plus 4 separate HDMI inputs

  • 3

    wide range of online content available, easy to access, well rendered

  • 3

    sound is above average for a flat panel display, clear and detailed

  • 3

    Second Generation Quattron, upgraded from the LE810 and LE820 models for a EVEN better picture

  • 2

    Vyper Drive mode effectively accounts for lag when using gaming consoles

  • 2

    Attractive Full Glass Front with Glossy bezel for a clean and gorgeous look

Cons
  • 1

    expensive - costs more than competing 52" sets

  • 1

    Speaker quality is low. You need to bundle with a good sound system.

  • 0

    glossy bezel and stand - attracts more dust and fingerprints compared to matte finishes

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